The Center for Digital Education (CDE) recently conducted two surveys — one of higher education decision-makers and one of students — to better understand college students’ habits and needs regarding network use and technology. The surveys found that technology is not only a factor in their school decision, but that students want to see reliable Wi-Fi on campus to enhance their experiences. And yet, fairly large disparities exist between students and leadership on topics such as device usage, primary connectivity locations and Wi-Fi reliability. These differences raise an interesting question for higher education leaders: How can they better meet student needs and improve the overall campus experience with technology? Download the survey report to find out.